脅威の源としての自分を除去する、 - Remove Yourself as a Source of Threat
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脅威の源としての自分を除去する、 - Remove Yourself as a Source of Threat

Shut down conflict and get back to meaningful discussions by identifying the stages within the Conflict Cycle model

Vado Inc.
Updated Jan 29, 2021
私たちは人と仕事をします。そして人によって視点、意見、性格は異なります。これらの違いによって新しいアイデアや考え方が感化されますが、意見の相違や対立につながることもあります。対立は、言葉や出来事の誤解など、意図しないものの場合もあります。原因がなんであれ、このような状況に身を置いた場合は、できるだけ早く感情の高まりを抑制することが肝要です。そうすることで生産的な話し合いが生まれ、問題解決に向かうことができます。本コースは、対立サイクルモデルを示し、サイクル内のさまざまな段階の特定方法、そして他者との対立を緩和するスキルの習得方法を教示します。本コースを修了することにより、対立中に自分が脅威の源となるのを避け、相互の解決計画を策定できるようになります。本コースを修了すると、プロジェクトマネジメント協会(PMI)の1時間分のPDU単位を取得することができます。雑誌「ELearning!」の 優秀賞を受賞した マネジメント能力管理開発学習トラックです。

We work with people. And people have different perspectives, opinions, and personalities. While these differences help stimulate new ideas and ways of thinking, they can also lead to disagreements and conflict. Sometimes the conflict is unintended; resulting from the misinterpretation of a statement or event. Yet no matter what the cause may be, if you find yourself in this situation, it’s best to reduce the escalating emotions as quickly as possible. Only then can productive discussions take place and problem resolution can occur. This course presents the Conflict Cycle model, teaching you how to identify the various stages within the cycle, as well as building your skills to reduce conflict with others.

Course Accreditation

This course has been approved for 1 hour of PDU credit from PMI (Project Management Institute). An Elearning! Magazine Excellence Award Winner: Management Development Learning Track.

We work with people. And people have different perspectives, opinions, and personalities. While these differences help stimulate new ideas and ways of thinking, they can also lead to disagreements and conflict. Sometimes the conflict is unintended; resulting from the misinterpretation of a statement or event. Yet no matter what the cause may be, if you find yourself in this situation, it’s best to reduce the escalating emotions as quickly as possible. Only then can productive discussions take place and problem resolution can occur. This course presents the Conflict Cycle model, teaching you how to identify the various stages within the cycle, as well as building your skills to reduce conflict with others.

Course Accreditation

This course has been approved for 1 hour of PDU credit from PMI (Project Management Institute). An Elearning! Magazine Excellence Award Winner: Management Development Learning Track.

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